Microsoft wins $1.76 billion defense contract: Pentagon




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  • 2019-01-11 22:14:14Z
  • By Reuters
The Microsoft sign is shown on top of the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, California
The Microsoft sign is shown on top of the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, California  

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp <MSFT.O> has been awarded a five-year contract worth $1.76 billion for delivering enterprise services for the Defense Department, Coast Guard and intelligence services, the Pentagon said on Friday.


(Reporting by David Alexander, editing by G Crosse)

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